2019 Fall Block Party
Sloatsburg celebrates it’s 90th birthday this year and you’re invited to join in. The Annual Sloatsburg Chamber Fall Block Party takes place on Sunday, October 6, from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Join us at Village Walk and the Community Lot at 27 Mill Street.
Fall Block Party Vendor Form
Seven Lakes Station, right next door to the Block Party, will hold its Octoberfest the same day, from 12 noon until 10 p.m.
The Village of Sloatsburg sponsors an evening of fireworks at the Sloatsburg Community Fields at 7 p.m. The Community Fields are within walking distance of the Village center, including Village Walk and Seven Lakes Station.
Do you have an awesome chili recipe? Get cooking and compete in the Sloatsburg Chamber Fall Chili Contest! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enter.
Fall 2019 - Highlands Bluegrass Festival
Enjoy the Lower Hudson Valley's only outdoor Bluegrass festival on the Great Lawn of Harmony Hall. This favorite local festival kicks off the fall season with a wonderful slice of a truly American art form. The festival includes an outdoor craft fair, featuring local artisans and a variety of vendors selling good things to eat. The Sloatsburg Chamber of Commerce is proud to partner with the Friends of Harmony Hall to lend a helping hand at the Bluegrass Festival.
The Town of Ramapo and Rockland County co-sponsor this signature, big-tent event!
Photo by Geoff Welch
Spring 2019 - Sloatsburg Chamber of Commerce Spring Cleanup
and Block Party ... Keep Sloatsburg Beautiful
The Chamber partnered with local Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts at the end of April to clean up Sloatsburg. The Keep Rockland Beautiful village wide clean up was cancelled due to weather but the Chamber Block Party took place and turned out to be a big succes. The spring party took place at Village Walk which has easy access to the village Commuter Lot and nearly 40 vendors braved the blustery weather to participate.
The Spring Block Party is held in conjunction with the annual Keep Rockland Beautiful cleanup in Sloatsburg, NY.
Photo by Geoff Welch